The Stradella Road Conservation Area is situated to the west of the borough close to the boundary with Lambeth and east of the Herne Hill Railway line. The conservation area is principally of properties in Stradella and Winterbrook Roads, and includes bordering properties in Burbage Road and Half Moon Lane. The mix of continuous terraces and semi-detached houses throughout the area has substantially remained unaltered since the original development, in the later 19th/ early 20th century. The rhythm of spaces set between the pairs of houses creates gaps to the sky and greenery beyond giving a sense of the semi-rural or original suburban character which was sought by the early designers. The Half Moon Public House is a Grade II* listed building of flamboyant design which forms a dramatic landmark building at the bottom of Herne Hill.
You can view our interactive map of Stradella Road conservation area.
Stradella Road - designated 26 September 2000
- Stradella Road conservation area appraisal (PDF, 2.5mb)
- London Gazette December 2000 (PDF, 62kb)
Page last updated: 24 August 2022